Michael Gallucci is the senior editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. His previous gigs include editor-of-chief at Diffuser.fm, managing editor of Cleveland Scene and writing about music and movies for All Music Guide, American Songwriter, the A.V. Club, Goldmine, M Music & Musicians, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites.
Pete Townshend Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Nothing by the Who. No tribute records to Meher Baba. But we do have concept albums, collaborations and some pretty cool solo records made between band LPs.
Styx Will Release Two New Albums This Summer
One is an update of their most recent studio LP, the other is a solo record from Tommy Shaw.
Bob Marley Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Bob Marley's legend was sealed before his death.
Rolling Stones Announce ‘From the Vault: No Security’ DVD
The Rolling Stones have announced a new entry in their 'From the Vault' series.
Buffalo Springfield LPs Collected on ‘What’s That Sound?’ Box
Buffalo Springfield's three LPs will be collected in a new box set, 'What's That Sound? The Complete Album Collection.'
Grateful Dead’s ‘Anthem of the Sun’ Gets 50th Anniversary Reissue
This new edition includes both the rare 1968 mix of the album plus the more common 1971 version.
Previously Unreleased LP From Byrds Member Gene Clark on the Way
A collection of unheard songs by Gene Clark, a founding member of the Byrds and a key songwriter on the band's first few albums, will be released this summer.
50 Years Ago: Simon and Garfunkel Turn a Page on ‘Bookends’
Simon & Garfunkel's achievements in sound architecture are often overlooked, but listen to 'Bookends' and you'll hear one of the most adventurous studio groups of the era.
Jack White, ‘Boarding House Reach': Album Review
Ever since Jack White closed the book on the White Stripes at the top of the decade, he's taken his solo career into deeper and more expansive areas than he ever explored with his band.
40 Years Ago: Elvis Costello Releases His Masterpiece, ‘This Year’s Model’
Elvis Costello's debut album arrived less than a year before its follow-up. But the two records boasted a sound, style and attitude that were far removed from each other.